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newface2010 12-25-2009 10:40 PM

Brow Lift Procedure / Avoiding Bad Outcomes
Who can you go to for a brow lift procedure to turn out right? How can I shorten the brow lift recovery and do it fastest? What plastic surgeons will do it it in the next 2 weeks?

I am determined to have to make over my face in the new year and one of the things I want done is having my brows lifted. Mine are *not* droopy but I want to go for the exotic cat type all the celebs are doing now. I want them to be low by the nose and raise up in a perfect arch. I will do gold contacts too to complete this look. For me money is not an issue and I want to make sure its done right. I have no problem paying for the latest cutting edge brow lift procedure, if thats what it takes to be scarless and recover fast.

I decided tonight this is my resolution and want to complete it within 2 weeks. The max is 3 weeks from now but no later then that. At the same time I want to get my nose made thinner and upturned by a little but *not* like a pig. I am thinking a Nicole Kidman style would be absolutely stunning with the lift.

Tell me what I need to do to make my plastic surgery dream come true! I will fly anywhere to do this in the next two weeks.

robyne00 12-26-2009 09:14 AM

If your post is legitimate, as a mental health and medical professional, it scares me.

First off, the way your post comes off, it does not sound like you have done adequate research. Have you? You are posting very elementary questions and are committed to making drastic changes on an internet website.

There are no guarantees with surgery, regardless of price, surgeon's reputation, or location. Faster healing does not mean better. Why are you in such a rush?

You want to go for "the exotic cat type all the celebs are doing now"? Like Jocelyn Wildenstein?

You want your nose done too, but not like a "pig"? You are comparing yourself to lovely, yet frozen looking Ms. Nicole Kidman? Seems like you haven't done your research here either. How do you know Nic's nose will fit your face? Why not post some pics for further eval?

I just don't understand the rush to become the "new you". Enlighten us please. We might be able to help.

newface2010 12-26-2009 01:51 PM

Gosh I think someone took what I wrote the wrong way! I did *not* know much about plastic surgery but that is why I came here last night. I decided yesterday that this is my new years resolution and I like to get stuff done ASAP. I did my research last night and am all ready to get this stuff done. The brow lift procedure only takes one hour to do there is no reason why I should wait longer then 2 weeks to do it.

I did *not* mean I want to look like a real life cat for crying out loud! Its the arched brows that celebs like Fergie and Nicole Kidman have that I want. When I see them in the papers they look like cats to me and I want that look for myself. I now know that the nose jobs are harder and I can do that a week or two after my brows if need be. What are some doctor names and numbers that can do all this for me?

robyne00 12-26-2009 06:55 PM

I understand you want to make multiple changes, but why are you in such a rush? Quick surgeries usually lead to many revisions and unhappy patients.

The time length of the surgery does not reflect the length of time you have to schedule the surgery. you need to research surgeons (in person and not simply online), have several consultations (and multiple perhaps with your chosen surgeon), and schedule a date (which depends on your surgeon). You usually have to leave a deposit when you agree to the surgery (sometimes nonrefundable) and pay up front prior to surgery.

Also, arched brows in Hollywood (or elsewhere) do not equal an eyelift. Please educate yourself before you become another plastic surgery disaster. Then you're rushing into a nosejob? This is a nightmare in the making!!!

You admitted that you know little about plastic surgery and are rushing into it. Again, that is what scares me. A well educated consumer can become a satisfied surgery recipient.

I hope this makes sense to you.

la_angel 12-27-2009 03:22 PM

Robyne is totally right. Plastic surgery is not something you can just jump into. The results cannot be reversed, plus there are quite a few risks and complications you need to fully understand before you proceed.

I would reconsider your desire for drastically raised eyebrows - this never looks natural. Nicole's nose is also artificial looking. I don't know why you want your nose and eyes to look like theirs :confused:

Also, I don't understand the rush either of the self-imposed deadline of just a couple weeks. I even think a couple months would be too soon, being that you have limited knowledge about this! Remember the results are permanent, whether you like them or not. Rushing to do something that will affect every day of your life from that point forward is a bad idea.

Lastly, telling any plastic surgeon you want to look like a cat or have Fergie's eyebrows almost guarantees awful results!

robyne00 12-28-2009 08:00 PM

Thank you for echoing my sentiments, la_angel! :D

The rush of the original poster is what alarms me most!

newface2010 12-31-2009 05:47 PM

Guess what I have my surgery set up for next Thursday! The waiting thing I have done long enough . Ive read up all about plastic surgery the past week. I know as much as someone can know about it and am ready for a new and sexier me!

:D :D :D :D :D :D

I had a webcam consultation and he is doing my brow lift and nose job *and* he is throwing in totally 100% free lipo for my thighs! I highly recommend him he is such a sweetie! He answered all my questions and we chatted for a very long time. He even gvae me some inside secret hints about what stars he has done. I am flying in the day before and my dr has already faxed him my medical clearance. There is a luxury recovery center nearby I am staying at for 6 days after. I have spent hours and hours reading up about plastic surgery recovery and what I should do to make the outcome good. Get ready Nicole because theres going to be a new sexy lady in town pretty soon! I cant wait!

robyne00 12-31-2009 07:05 PM

A webcam consultation? :eek:

A weeks worth of reading abour PS? My other posts as well as la_angel's speak volumes.

Your post sounds like an advertisement for Dr. *****. I have never heard of a surgeon operating so quickly unless it was for reconstructive purposes. Hmm ...

Best of luck! I hope everything works out well, newface2010!

Keep us posted!

la_angel 01-01-2010 06:34 PM

First of all, any plastic surgeon that agrees to proceed with surgery based on a "webcam consultation" is not reputable, in my opinion. This is especially true for something as complex as a nose - a doctor needs to examine the internal structure too :shocked:

Based on your posts on this message board so far, it's safe to say that you don't know anywhere near "as much as someone can know about it." You are drastically underestimating how complex plastic surgery is (especially rhinoplasty) and what it entails.

I also strongly suggest you cancel your brow lift procedure. First, you need to educate yourself further, which takes longer than a week. Second, you will need to choose a reputable board certified plastic surgeon (this one clearly isn't reputable).

robyne00 01-01-2010 06:51 PM

la_angel, I agree with you 100%.

I have a strange feeling that this person is advertising, as I stated in an earlier post.

Like I said I have never heard of a reputable surgeon encouraging this type of extreme rush for elective surgery. Webcam consult? Enough said. Free services offered on other body areas? Hmm ...

P.S. I personally, would not want to look like the frozen Nicole Kidman!

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